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Old 06-12-2013, 10:16 PM   #2
Jailblazers7
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Default Re: Practice techniques

The only advice I would give to a young guard is to always try to be pounding the ball when you go through drills and shootarounds. I was never really comfortable when I was younger dribbling the ball because I got in the bad habit of very passively and weakly.

It is a big advantage if you can pound the ball into the floor and maintain your handle. I was never great at handling ball pressure as a result of it.
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